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exclusive report on the terrorists who keep americans hostage. plus, michael steele and much more. "hannity" starts now. americans have united against government-run health care. democrats are scrambling for a second plan. declaring all out war in the senate. harry reid might soon decide to split the health care bill into two parts. one would contain less controversial measures like regulations on insurance companies. this bill would receive at least the 60 votes needed to pass it. the second half of the bill would contain the reckless budget details of the plan and the government auction. with virtually no republican support, democrats might use reconciliation to pass it. they would need only 51 votes to push this through. when asked about the possibility of these measures, a spokesman said, "we are determined to get something done this year by any legislative means necessary." democrats are willing to turn their backs on the american people who put them in office. are they really that stupid? joining me is the chairman of the republican national committee. michael steele is back. welcome
investigate one man's claims that we are not alone. "hannity" starts right now. all right. the keg at the white house is running on empty. the stools are up, the bartenders, they're turning the lights off but now just one day removed from the highly anticipated white house beer summit between president obama, harvard professor henry gates and police sergeant james crowley, is the controversy now over? now, throughout this ordeal, one thing is certainly clear. a rookie president, unnothingly -- unnothingly waded into a firestorm when he said the cambridge police department acted stupidly. that launched a local issue into the national headlines and now may be responsible for bringing the president's approval ratings down. and i'm joined now by pollster, frank luntz is with us. thanks for being with us. >> thank you, sean. sean: why don't we -- we'll start our way and move our way backward, all right? let's go back. this is sergeant crowley immediately yesterday after the big beer brouhaha. here's what he had to say. >> we had a cordial and productive session with the president, vice
man's claims that we are not alone. "hannity" starts right now. all right. the keg at the white house is running on empty. the stools are up, the bartenders, they're turning the lights off but now just one day removed from the highly anticipated white house beer summit between president obama, harvard professor henry gates and police sergeant james crowley, is the controversy now over? now, throughout this ordeal, one thing is certainly clear. a rookie president, unnothingly -- unnothingly waded into a firestorm when he said the cambridge police department acted stupidly. that launched a local issue into the national headlines and now may be responsible for bringing the president's approval ratings down. and i'm joined now by pollster, frank luntz is with us. thanks for being with us. >> thank you, sean. sean: why don't we -- we'll start our way and move our way backward, all right? let's go back. this is sergeant crowley immediately yesterday after the big beer brouhaha. here's what he had to say. >> we had a cordial and productive session with the president, vice president and profe
hannity, all these other folks that you listen to daily, even my good friend joe scarborough, it is ridiculous. all you are trying to do is disrupt something a needs to be done for all people. not just your people and the people you e-mail and try to get something done to disrupt something. host: let's hear from our guest. guest: we have been opposing big government for 25 years. doesn't matter who is proposing it. we proposed many of george bush's policies that were encroachments into people's lives. we opposed bill clinton's tax hikes. we opposed george bush role one's tax hikes. it has nothing to do with president obama. it has to do with healthcare reform going in the wrong direction. we've got a lot of ideas and none of them is it the current legislation and we think it takes it entirely in the wrong direction so we are opposed to the policy. host: how many members does freedomworks claim? >> we have over 700,000 members that we have built up the last 25 years. host: free to join? guest: yes, assign up on the website and we will send you weekly e-mails. as you get mor
hannity? we'll ask that next as well. $$$$$$$$$$$$$d >> just a few feet from texas, were as is the epicenter of a vicious turf war that has engulfed mexico. rival drug cartels are creating a ham as they battle for control of classes or shipping orders straight into the heart of a miracle. their biggest customer. >> alysin: that was a little peek at the eye-opening special or stories investigates drugs money and narco terror. we're back with colonel oliver north who hosts the show. so colonel, tell us about this war. is it just between the drug cartels in mexico or are innocent people getting caught in the crossfire are smart. >> alysin, a lot of innocent people are caught in the crossfire. honest cops are getting caught mexican army is caught in the crossfire and some americans, in fact two this past week. what is happened is the drug cartels, principally five of them have gone to war against each other in an effort to achieve supremacy over the mexican government. and president of iran called in the army for help. he is the same problem in mexico that president uribe has
's pews and considered him a mentor and the only exception was sean hannity who had him on to talk about the black value system that basically says that the way any blacks who achieve economic success are being bought off by the capitalist system and are to be shunned. but in my stories, i reported for the first time on reverend white's sermons, saying that the government created aids to kill off blacks, that israel is a racist country, that the government created killers to kill off minorities throughout the world, et cetera, et cetera. and also that the same reverend white gave awards to farrah kahn for lifetime achievement. who picked up those stories? nobody. nobody touched it. i mentioned the stories to a cnn reporter at a party and she had not seen the stories and she said that's amazing. of course, i could never run a story like that. i would be accused of being bias against barack obama by my network. finally, after sending the stories to friends i know in mainstream media, tv networks and newspapers, after about two months, i did a "wall street journal" op ed quoting the sermons
you seek in town halls today is motivated by hate and fear. those people do not even realize hannity and rush limbaugh, and special interests are using them. they will not even benefit from it. we're looking at democratic candidates and will not just vote for them because they are democrat. blue dogs are missing everything up. host: here is a message from twitter. let me use two of those points to return to a moment you,. -- to a moment you chronicle from philadelphia in spring 2008. >> william faulkner once for the past is not dead and buried, and fact, it is not even past. we do not need to recite the history of racial injustice in this country, but we need to remind ourselves that so many disparities that exist between the african-american committee and the larger american community today can be traced directly to inequalities passed on from an earlier generation who suffered undersal slavery ad jim crow. guest: it came about when abc unearthed the videos of jeremiah rwright. very inflammatory. obama recognized this was a moment a breakperil for his candidacy. all the division is,
hannity, we didn't have the internet and so there was actually probably a greater net monopoly by abc, nbc, cbs, "the new york times" in that era than there is today. i have two practical pieces of advice for you. the first is sheer repetition. i mean, if you took all of the e-mail addresses in this room, my guess is that collectively you probably represent 60,000 or 100,000 or 200,000 people. you'd be startled how many people you can connect with. so you become the equivalent of a newspaper. and so what reagan did that was -- that was brilliant was he developed very specific ideas. the reason i talked about a 50% reduction in social security and medicare tax is you can go back home and every person who works can calculate how much they would take home next week with that kind of a tax cut. and now it begins to be person personal, and it's not nbc news or "the new york times," it's personal. if i contrast competing with china, which has zero capital gains, why don't we have zero capital gains, every investor and every venture capitalist in america can calculate what zero capital gains woul
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